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Alternative Medicine News Jan 2010

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Carbon nanotubes show promise for high-speed genetic sequencing (w/ Video)
Faster sequencing of DNA holds enormous potential for biology and medicine, particularly for personalized diagnosis and customized treatment based on each individual's genomic makeup. At present however, sequencing technology remains cumbersome and cost prohibitive for most clinical applications, though this may be changing, thanks to a range of innovative new techniques. (Fri, 01 Jan 2010 01:50:02 GMT)

Radio ads target prescription drug habit
Radio ads raise awareness of treatment for addiction to prescription opioids. (Fri, 01 Jan 2010 15:49:38 GMT)

When the Sniffles Start, Think Before You Buy
Americans spend billions of dollars on over-the-counter remedies, but some of the best treatments don’t cost much at all. (Fri, 01 Jan 2010 17:45:37 GMT)

AIDS patients receive help paying for drugs
People with HIV or AIDS in Chattanooga are getting their medications through alternative funding even though a state and federally funded drug-assistance program has reached capacity, public health professionals said this week. (Sat, 02 Jan 2010 05:16:45 GMT)

Doctor builds hospital cum hotel in Capiz
The first-ever “hospitel” – a hospital and hotel – in the Visayas will soon rise in Capiz at a cost of P450 million. (Sat, 02 Jan 2010 09:59:16 GMT)

Pittsford woman's injury turns into a passion for career
Carly Weis of Pittsford found her role at her family's business by accident when she tried acupuncture treatments for a back injury. (Sat, 02 Jan 2010 14:46:05 GMT)

Back in the Black?
THE YEAR 2010 stands to be even better for a number of sectors that are expected to be among the first to feel the glorious return of investments into the local economy, and the opening wide of wallets that were shut tight when the global recession slammed the brakes on spending in 2008. (Sat, 02 Jan 2010 16:21:15 GMT)

Money Tips for When the Sniffles Start
Americans spend billions of dollars on over-the-counter remedies, but some of the best treatments don’t cost much at all. (Sat, 02 Jan 2010 22:39:39 GMT)

FAKE 'N' BAKE
As the temperature outside steadily declines, the opportunities to lie out by the poolside or bask in the glorious sunlight at the beach are limited. Soon the weather will force those seeking a year-round tan to find alternative ways to stay bronze. (Sun, 03 Jan 2010 05:24:20 GMT)

Pittsford woman's injury turns into a passion for career
Carly Weis of Pittsford found her role at her family's business by accident when she tried acupuncture treatments for a back injury. (Sun, 03 Jan 2010 10:04:26 GMT)

Names and Faces
PORTSMOUTH — LEVEL5, a consulting and facilities development firm specializing in financial institutions, announced its new Northeast division headquartered in Portsmouth. (Sun, 03 Jan 2010 12:46:02 GMT)

Canada's isotope shortage still a crisis: doctors
The medical isotopes story dominated headlines this spring, after the shutdown of a key reactor left thousands of patients in the lurch. But where are we now? CTV.ca updates the situation. (Sun, 03 Jan 2010 12:58:00 GMT)

The modern dilemma of making a whole new you
The trumpeted ethical alternative to embryonic stem cells has problems of its own, write John Rasko and Carl Power. (Sun, 03 Jan 2010 13:27:05 GMT)

Will bundling include doctors? Medicare looking for alternative payment plans
CMS is testing bundled payments to hospital-physician groups for inpatient episodes of care. Expanding to post-acute care may be the next step. (Mon, 04 Jan 2010 02:48:37 GMT)

AVIE! MedSpa & Laser Center in Northern Virginia to Launch ProLipo™ Laser Liposuction
Kim Marinetto, RN, Master Aesthetician and Medspa Visionary announced today that AVIE! Medspa and Laser Center in Leesburg, Virginia will launch ProLipo™, the minimally invasive alternative to traditional liposuction that eliminates unwanted fat. (Mon, 04 Jan 2010 04:00:00 GMT)

AVIE! MedSpa & Laser Center in Northern Virginia to Launch ProLipo™ Laser Liposuction
Kim Marinetto, RN, Master Aesthetician and Medspa Visionary announced today that AVIE! Medspa and Laser Center in Leesburg, Virginia will launch ProLipo™, the minimally invasive alternative to traditional liposuction that eliminates unwanted fat. (PRWeb Jan 4, 2010) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/la (Mon, 04 Jan 2010 05:08:45 GMT)

Carbon nanotube: A viable alternative for rapid DNA sequencing
Faster sequencing of DNA holds enormous potential for biology and medicine, particularly for personalized diagnosis and customized treatment based on each individual's genomic makeup. (Mon, 04 Jan 2010 09:33:12 GMT)

Carbon Nanotubes Show Promise For High-Speed Genetic Sequencing
Faster sequencing of DNA holds enormous potential for biology and medicine, particularly for personalized diagnosis and customized treatment based on each individual's genomic makeup. At present however, sequencing technology remains cumbersome and cost prohibitive for most clinical applications, though this may be changing, thanks to a range of innovative new techniques... (Mon, 04 Jan 2010 12:28:44 GMT)

Five 'eating better' foods to slip into your diet in '10
A new year has arrived, and with it, a new list of resolutions. If "eating better" is on your list, experts say, there are a few items you can slip into to your diet that can improve your health and help you ward off certain diseases in 2010. (Mon, 04 Jan 2010 14:03:52 GMT)

Cosmetic doctors foresee new techniques in 2010
The new year will bring new ways to eliminate fat, expand breasts, and smooth away wrinkles, cosmetic doctors say. (Mon, 04 Jan 2010 14:32:37 GMT)

Alternative methods aid tumor treatment
Dr. Connie Clemons-Chevis, certified in acupuncture, Tui-na and Chinese herbology, describes the case of a pet cat who was seriously ill and improved greatly as the result of a treatment of Chinese herbs. (Mon, 04 Jan 2010 17:51:16 GMT)

Global Health Leader Penetrates Major Metro Areas, Targeting Private Sector With Health Reform Alternative
Cenegenics Medical Institute helps lower future medical costs linked to age -- and lifestyle-related disease by opening new centers -- taking its successful proactive medical approach to Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Washington, DC (Tue, 05 Jan 2010 07:01:00 GMT)

Carbon Nanotubes Show Promise For High-Speed Genetic Sequencing
by Staff Writers Tempe AZ (SPX) Jan 05, 2010 Faster sequencing of DNA holds enormous potential for biology and medicine, particularly for personalized diagnosis and customized treatment based on each individual's genomic makeup. (Tue, 05 Jan 2010 07:39:59 GMT)

Global Health Leader Penetrates Major Metro Areas, Targeting Private Sector With Health Reform Alternative
Cenegenics Medical Institute helps lower future medical costs linked to age -- and lifestyle-related disease by opening new centers -- taking its successful proactive medical approach to Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Washington, DC (PRWeb Jan 5, 2010) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/he (Tue, 05 Jan 2010 08:11:08 GMT)

Group sends aid to Armenia
GLENDALE — An Armenian-American coalition wrapped up its 20th anniversary this past year with its 154th charitable airlift to Armenia via chartered jetliner that delivered $4.5 million worth of medicine, medical supplies and humanitarian aid. (Tue, 05 Jan 2010 09:28:28 GMT)

Nigeria : Leadership Watch - in Search of Enduring Alternative
Lagos — There is a sense in the argument by many that as a nation blessed with abundant human and natural resources, it is surprising that Nigeria is still rated among the poorest countries in the world. (Tue, 05 Jan 2010 11:04:44 GMT)

PanGenex Attracts Growing Number of Alternative Medicine Practitioners to Referral Network
TAMPA, Fla.----PanGenex Corporation , a global nutraceutical and dietary supplement manufacturer and marketer, announced today it has added a number of complementary alternative medicine /holistic medical practitioners to its national physicians' referral network. (Tue, 05 Jan 2010 12:00:00 GMT)

In America's next decade, change and challenges
A new decade finds Americans in an uncomfortable and yet familiar position: running scared. (Tue, 05 Jan 2010 15:02:30 GMT)

Radio Frequency Energy Used to Shrink Fibroids and Reduce Symptoms in New Minimally Invasive Procedure
Only Center in East Coast to Test Procedure Heralded as 'Hysterectomy Alternative' (Tue, 05 Jan 2010 15:18:00 GMT)

Homeopathy: do natural remedies work?
Homeopathy is a form of alternative medicine that has been around for over 200 years. It is based on the belief that the body can heal itself with natural substances found in plants, minerals and animals. (Tue, 05 Jan 2010 17:09:24 GMT)

Homeopathy: do natural remedies work?
Homeopathy is based on the belief that natural remedies can help in healing. Learn more about this type of alternative medicine. (Tue, 05 Jan 2010 17:14:32 GMT)

Denim May Guard Against Rattlesnake Bites
Wearing a sturdy pair of denim pants may be just what the doctor ordered when it comes to preventing rattlesnake bites, according to a study recently published in the Annals of Emergency Medicine. It stands to reason that any kind ... (Tue, 05 Jan 2010 18:23:47 GMT)

IME introduces new drug-free pain relief alternative for headache
Innovative Medical Equipment, LLC. (IME) today announced the full U.S. market release of SOOTHEAWAY - a new, thermo-electrically heated and cooled therapy device that helps relieve migraine, tension or stress headache pain in the forehead, temples, occipital and ocular / sinus regions. (Wed, 06 Jan 2010 06:18:12 GMT)

Group sends aid to Armenia
GLENDALE — An Armenian-American coalition wrapped up its 20th anniversary this past year with its 154th charitable airlift to Armenia via chartered jetliner that delivered $4.5 million worth of medicine, medical supplies and humanitarian aid. (Wed, 06 Jan 2010 06:28:08 GMT)

NAMS Position on Midlife Osteoporosis
CLEVELAND----Since the previous position statement on the management of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women by The North American Menopause Society in 2006, major advances have taken place in the field of osteoporotic medicine: A large body of scientific evidence has been published New types and formulations of treatment options have been government approved Emerging therapies are in clinical ... (Wed, 06 Jan 2010 14:00:00 GMT)

VA Postpones Copayment Increase For Vets' Meds
A planned $1 increase in the copayments the Veterans Affairs Department charges veterans for medications to treat non-service-related conditions have been delayed for six months for further consideration, the Army Times reports. Veterans are not charged any copayment for medications to treat service-related conditions and the current copayment rate is $8 per 30-day supply of medicine. "VA ... (Wed, 06 Jan 2010 14:27:09 GMT)

YOU ARE HERE:
Alternative treatments such as herbal remedies are commonly used by patients from southern Africa in London, but imbalanced power relationships discourage discussion of their use with clinicians, researchers report in the online edition of Social Science and Medicine . (Thu, 07 Jan 2010 01:01:22 GMT)

'9000 Needles' film chronicles brother’s recovery from stroke
Film director and producer Doug Dearth brings his award-winning documentary home to The Palace Tuesday to raise money for the film’s star: His brother, Devin, who bravely sought alternative treatment while recovering from a stroke. (Thu, 07 Jan 2010 03:30:50 GMT)

Hospitals Could Stop Infections by Tackling Bacteria Patients Bring In, Studies Find
The studies suggest relatively simple ways to kill bacteria before surgery using screening, scrubbing and pretreating. (Thu, 07 Jan 2010 04:47:53 GMT)

How interest groups behind health-care legislation are financed is often unclear
Many of the Washington interest groups that are seeking to shape final health-care legislation in the coming weeks operate with opaque financing, often receiving hidden support from insurers, drugmakers or unions. (Thu, 07 Jan 2010 05:00:00 GMT)

Backing for interest groups eyed
Groups seeking to influence health-care debate often operate with opaque, fuzzy financing. (Thu, 07 Jan 2010 08:41:07 GMT)

URMC Study Links Vitamin D, Race, And Cardiac Deaths
Vitamin D deficiency may contribute to a higher number of heart and stroke-related deaths among black Americans compared to whites, according to a University of Rochester Medical Center study. The journal Annals of Family Medicine is publishing the study in the January-February edition, which goes online Jan. 11, 2010. Researchers sought to understand the well-documented disparity between blacks ... (Thu, 07 Jan 2010 11:29:45 GMT)

Group sends aid to Armenia
GLENDALE — An Armenian-American coalition wrapped up its 20th anniversary this past year with its 154th charitable airlift to Armenia via chartered jetliner that delivered $4.5 million worth of medicine, medical supplies and humanitarian aid. (Thu, 07 Jan 2010 14:35:35 GMT)

Dr. Larry Dossey: The Mythology Of Science-Based Medicine
The current healthcare debate has brought up basic questions about how medicine should work. On one hand we have the medical establishment with its enormous... (Thu, 07 Jan 2010 17:52:24 GMT)

The Carolina Center to Discuss Heavy Metals and Your Heart on January 12
RALEIGH – As part of his continuing health series, John C. Pittman, MD, of The Carolina Center for Integrative Medicine (CCIM), will present “Heavy Metals and Your Heart: The Life-Saving Potential of Heavy Metal Removal” on Tuesday, January 12th from 7:00-8:00pm at CCIM’s office at 4505 Fair Meadow Lane, Suite 111 in Raleigh. (Thu, 07 Jan 2010 18:44:15 GMT)

Denver Acupuncturist, Martha Lucas, Ph.D., L.AC., Offers Affordable Acupuncture & New Program: Acupuncture For The ...
Martha Lucas, PhD., L.Ac., founder of The Colorado Center of Traditional Medicine in Denverís Capitol Hill area, is now offering her Acupuncture for the Underemployed Program. The new program offers lower priced treatments for those who have lost their jobs but still need medical care for their pain, fertility issues, emotional health, etc. (Fri, 08 Jan 2010 07:01:00 GMT)

Group sends aid to Armenia
GLENDALE — An Armenian-American coalition wrapped up its 20th anniversary this past year with its 154th charitable airlift to Armenia via chartered jetliner that delivered $4.5 million worth of medicine, medical supplies and humanitarian aid. (Fri, 08 Jan 2010 07:50:04 GMT)

Fulfillment Using Real Conscience: Practical Guide for Psychological and Spiritual Wellness
The image of conscience in medicine has been tarnished of late, owing to its association with refusals of certain forms of treatment based on presumptive value judgments.1 In this book, the ancient role of conscience as a moral pilot is rejuvenated, and its neglected function as a spiritual daemon is refurbished for more psychologically minded modern readers. (Fri, 08 Jan 2010 13:01:51 GMT)

The Disposable Worker
On a recent Tuesday morning, single mom Tammy DePew Smith woke up in her tidy Florida townhouse in time to shuttle her oldest daughter, a high school freshman, to the 6:11 a.m. bus. At 6:40 she was at the desk in her bedroom, starting her first shift of the day with LiveOps, a Santa Clara (Calif.) provider of call-center workers for everyone from Eastman Kodak and Pizza Hut to infomercial ... (Fri, 08 Jan 2010 13:08:41 GMT)

Reflexologists use the power of touch
Reflexology is an alternative medicine where pressure applied to zones of the feet that can positively affect different parts of the body. (Fri, 08 Jan 2010 13:32:43 GMT)

UCF Alzheimer's discovery could lead to long-sought preventive treatment
( University of Central Florida ) A new discovery by University of Central Florida researchers has revealed a previously unknown mechanism that may drive the early brain function deterioration of Alzheimer's victims, thus opening a new exploratory path in the quest for an Alzheimer's cure. The research, published Jan. 8 in the PLoS ONE science and medicine journal, also demonstrates how the ... (Fri, 08 Jan 2010 13:42:44 GMT)

Retraining Women's Minds and Bodies for Lasting Weight Loss -- Without Pills or Diets
Revolutionary new alternative medicine weight loss program uses a precise combination of natural therapies to control the causes of weight gain. Created by a team of women doctors and therapists at the Bay Area's largest integrative medicine clinic. This program gives women the tools to retrain the mind and transform the body in 3 short months. (Fri, 08 Jan 2010 16:00:00 GMT)

Retraining Women's Minds and Bodies for Lasting Weight Loss -- Without Pills or Diets
Revolutionary new alternative medicine weight loss program uses a precise combination of natural therapies to control the causes of weight gain. Created by a team of women doctors and therapists at the Bay Area's largest integrative medicine clinic. This program gives women the tools to retrain the mind and transform the body in 3 short months. (PRWeb Jan 8, 2010) Read the full story at ... (Fri, 08 Jan 2010 17:16:19 GMT)

San Clemente scientist publishes stem-cell book
A San Clemente scientist wanted to demystify stem-cell research so he wrote a book about what's new and what's next in the field. "Cracking the Stem Cell Code" by Christian Drapeau was one of Amazon's top alternative-medicine sellers before Christmas... (Fri, 08 Jan 2010 21:46:35 GMT)

Dr. Mehmet Oz Declares Reiki as His #1 Alternative Medicine Secret
"If Dr. Mehmet Oz is talking about Reiki, all of America is talking about it and looking for ways to learn about it.” Reiki Master Rose De Dan says that with health being at the top of people’s 2010 resolution list, learning Reiki is a great next step to take, and offers six tips on how to choose the right training. (Sat, 09 Jan 2010 07:01:00 GMT)

Dr. Mehmet Oz Declares Reiki as His #1 Alternative Medicine Secret
"If Dr. Mehmet Oz is talking about Reiki, all of America is talking about it and looking for ways to learn about it.” Reiki Master Rose De Dan says that with health being at the top of people’s 2010 resolution list, learning Reiki is a great next step to take, and offers six tips on how to choose the right training. (PRWeb Jan 9, 2010) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com ... (Sat, 09 Jan 2010 08:16:39 GMT)

Physiotherapy not "alternative" medicine or "voodoo", says CPA
The Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) was surprised and dismayed to read articles in two of North America's most prestigious newspapers which question the use of certain commonly used physiotherapy treatments for musculoskeletal injuries. The articles, titled "Some physical therapy may be a stretch" and "Treat me, but no tricks please" suggest that ice, heat, ultrasound and other ... (Sat, 09 Jan 2010 10:26:30 GMT)

Group sends aid to Armenia
GLENDALE — An Armenian-American coalition wrapped up its 20th anniversary this past year with its 154th charitable airlift to Armenia via chartered jetliner that delivered $4.5 million worth of medicine, medical supplies and humanitarian aid. (Sat, 09 Jan 2010 15:04:54 GMT)

Healing by divine guidance
Quranic healing can complement modern medicine. (Sun, 10 Jan 2010 00:28:03 GMT)

Group sends aid to Armenia
GLENDALE — An Armenian-American coalition wrapped up its 20th anniversary this past year with its 154th charitable airlift to Armenia via chartered jetliner that delivered $4.5 million worth of medicine, medical supplies and humanitarian aid. (Sun, 10 Jan 2010 06:34:54 GMT)

Discovery Could Lead To New Heart Attack Treatments
Image Caption: Using a red pushpin, Thomas Hurley of the Indiana University School of Medicine demonstrates how a the compound Alda-1 works to restore functionality to a mutated form of the enzyme ALDH2, which plays an important role in metabolizing alcohol and other toxins in the body. Credit: Eric Schoch / Office of Public and Media Relations, Indiana University School of Medicine (Mon, 11 Jan 2010 00:07:50 GMT)

Physician touts drug treatment alternative
A Beckley physician is attempting to convince lawmakers to treat convicts with suboxone to break drug habits and ultimately reduce overcrowded conditions in prison. (Mon, 11 Jan 2010 03:38:11 GMT)

Novartis Launches Schizophrenia Treatment Fanapt in the US, Offering Patients an Attractive Alternative to Existing ...
Novartis announced that Fanapt⢠tablets are now available for use across the US for the acute treatment of schizophrenia in adults. Fanapt is a twice-daily, oral antipsychotic, approved by the US Food and Drug Administration in May 2009. (Mon, 11 Jan 2010 06:27:00 GMT)

Stanford Adopts New Approach to Continuing Medical Education to Prevent Industry Influence
STANFORD, Calif.----Stanford University School of Medicine has developed a new, industry-funded model for the continuing education of physicians that aims to improve patient care while ensuring that corporate donors do not exert influence over the curriculum. (Mon, 11 Jan 2010 12:00:00 GMT)

Novartis Launches Schizophrenia Treatment Fanapt in the US, Offering Patients an Attractive Alternative to Existing ...
EAST HANOVER, N.J., Jan. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Novartis announced that Fanapt(TM) (iloperidone) tablets are now available for use across the US for the acute treatment of schizophrenia in adults. (Mon, 11 Jan 2010 12:07:55 GMT)

Deepak Chopra and the Chopra Center Return to Toronto with Mind-Body Healing Workshop
Learn a Powerful Approach to Optimal Health and Preventive Medicine. Join Deepak Chopra, M.D. and David Simon, M.D. for the “Journey into Healing” Mind-Body Healing Workshop this May in Toronto (Mon, 11 Jan 2010 13:00:00 GMT)

Faith in God, common sense and openness to alternative medicine helped lower white blood cell count for Rev. Dwight ...
He wouldn't call it a miracle, I don't think. (Mon, 11 Jan 2010 21:57:56 GMT)

The Proper Ways of Using Herbal Remedies
Herbal remedies are a large part of our history, not only in medicine but culture as well. Many have been relying on alternative medicine for a spectrum of illnesses and diseases with varying levels of complication. (Mon, 11 Jan 2010 22:32:06 GMT)

Jeremy Laurance: The terrible harm that alternative medicine can do
Farewell then, Dr Beetroot. Your name will stand forever as a warning of the great damage alternative medicine can do. (Tue, 12 Jan 2010 00:13:39 GMT)

Study suggests friendship can provide an alternative to eating and help promote active lifestyles
Parents are acutely aware of the influence of friends on their children's behavior -- how they dress, how they wear their hair, whether they drink or smoke. (Tue, 12 Jan 2010 05:11:30 GMT)

Stanford University School of Medicine adopts new, industry-funded model for continuing physicians’ education
Stanford University School of Medicine has developed a new, industry-funded model for the continuing education of physicians that aims to improve patient care while ensuring that corporate donors do not exert influence over the curriculum. (Tue, 12 Jan 2010 10:57:20 GMT)

Man Accused Of Pretending To Be Doctor, Claiming Cancer Cure
A Bonita man accused of offering dangerous dietary supplements as alternative remedies for cancer and other ailments is expected in a downtown San Diego courtroom Tuesday for a preliminary hearing. (Tue, 12 Jan 2010 15:06:45 GMT)

Examining The Impact Of FDA Safety Warnings
A study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine examines the impact of a safety warning issued by the Food and Drug Administration for commonly prescribed antipsychotic medications. The results show the warnings resulted in a decline in usage among the elderly with dementia, yet raise the question as to whether the FDA's system of communicating these warnings is sufficiently targeted and ... (Tue, 12 Jan 2010 15:31:15 GMT)

Many looking beyond traditional medicine
About 38 percent of adults and 12 percent of kids use some form ofcomplementary or alternative medicine. But for everything like fish oiland flaxseed that has strong scientific backing, there are other,unproven treatments. There are a number of things to consider before trying any dietary supplement or nonconventional treatment, such as complementary medicine isn't the same as alternative ... (Tue, 12 Jan 2010 16:09:58 GMT)

7000 Coast teenagers await QTAC news
CASEY Linton is one of about 7000 anxious Gold Coast teenagers who will sit up until 1am tonight to see if her dream to study medicine has been realised. (Tue, 12 Jan 2010 16:13:09 GMT)

Many looking beyond traditional medicine
About 38 percent of adults and 12 percent of kids use some form ofcomplementary or alternative medicine. But for everything like fish oiland flaxseed that has strong scientific backing, there are other,unproven treatments. There are a number of things to consider before trying any dietary supplement or nonconventional treatment, such as complementary medicine isn't the same as alternative ... (Tue, 12 Jan 2010 22:05:39 GMT)

New findings reveal loss of smell function may predict early onset of Alzheimer's disease
( NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine ) A study published in the Jan. 13, 2010, issue of the Journal of Neuroscience links a loss of smell function in Alzheimer's disease model animals with amyloid (protein) accumulation in the brain, a distinguishing hallmark of Alzheimer's disease. Research conducted by NYU Langone Medical Center suggests that olfactory ... (Tue, 12 Jan 2010 22:28:18 GMT)

‘Legal high’ drugs causing psychiatric illness epidemic, says A&E doctor
A LEADING Emergency Department consultant has warned legal drugs, which are replacing cocaine and amphetamines and sold in alternative lifestyle shops, are causing an “epidemic of psychiatric illness”. (Wed, 13 Jan 2010 02:23:53 GMT)

Stanford Adopts New Approach To Continuing Medical Education To Prevent Industry Influence
Stanford University School of Medicine has developed a new, industry-funded model for the continuing education of physicians that aims to improve patient care while ensuring that corporate donors do not exert influence over the curriculum. In September 2008, Stanford became the first medical school in the country to limit industry influence on continuing medical education programs by accepting ... (Wed, 13 Jan 2010 04:38:26 GMT)

New research highlights health benefits of having sex
A soon-to-be released article in the Journal of Sexual Medicine details the possible health benefits of sex. In addition to burning calories and lowering stress, the study claims frequent sex could result in other benefits including a lower risk of breast and prostate cancers. (Wed, 13 Jan 2010 06:20:49 GMT)

Jiangbo Pharmaceuticals' Osteomyelitis Treatment Tablets to be Included in China's National Insurance Directory
Jiangbo Pharmaceuticals, Inc. , a pharmaceutical company with its principal operations in China, today announced that its Osteomyelitis treatment tablets has been included in the 2009 Edition of the National Basic Medical Insurance, Industrial Injury Insurance and Maternity Insurance Medicine Directory . (Wed, 13 Jan 2010 13:00:00 GMT)

How one form of natural vitamin E protects brain after stroke
Blocking the function of an enzyme in the brain with a specific kind of vitamin E can prevent nerve cells from dying after a stroke, new research suggests. In a study using mouse brain cells, scientists found that the tocotrienol form of vitamin E, an alternative to the popular drugstore supplement, stopped the enzyme from releasing fatty acids that eventually kill neurons. (Wed, 13 Jan 2010 17:33:30 GMT)

The Carolina Center Discusses Cleaning Your Colon and Detoxifying Your Body on January 19
RALEIGH – The Carolina Center for Integrative Medicine (CCIM) continues its ongoing wellness presentation series by hosting “Cleaning Your Colon, Detoxifying Your Body: The Art & Science of Colon Hydrotherapy” on Tuesday, January 19 from 7-8:00PM. This free presentation will be held at CCIM’s office at 4505 Fair Meadow Lane, Suite 111 in Raleigh and will be presented by CCIM Nutrition Educator ... (Wed, 13 Jan 2010 18:43:46 GMT)

Naturopathic physician to talk health care
A local doctor specializing in natural medicine will be giving a free speech on the importance of personal health responsibility and other topics tonight at City Hall at 7 p.m. (Thu, 14 Jan 2010 03:04:25 GMT)

Loss of Smell Could Be Early Sign of Alzheimer's
TUESDAY, Jan. 12 (HealthDay News) -- New research in mice suggests that loss of smell could serve as an early indicator of Alzheimer's disease. (Thu, 14 Jan 2010 04:48:56 GMT)

Veterinary students make house call to pets, strays in Nicaragua
By Katrina Lorengel The Daily Barometer From Sept. 8 through Sept. 22, 2009, 19 OSU College of Veterinary Medicine students traveled to Nicaragua along with four veterinarians and one veterinary technician to help animals in need on the small island of Ometepe. (Thu, 14 Jan 2010 06:53:41 GMT)

Traditional Tibetan Medicine Treats Depression and Anxiety
A workshop offered by world renowned physician (Thu, 14 Jan 2010 15:27:09 GMT)

Nutritional alliances proved M&A alternative in 2009, report
The latest report on M&A activity in the health and nutrition sector from the US-based consultants, the JH Chapman group, claims that a substantial increase in licensing and joint ventures from 21 in 2008 to 53 in 2009 is reflective of on-going interest for growth via unique technology and knowhow and lack of access to financing. (Thu, 14 Jan 2010 17:28:43 GMT)

Living Matrix
The Prince George premiere of the film The Living Matrix will be presented by the Yes Alliance and will be followed by a six-member panel discussion. The documentary, from 7 to 10 p.m. Jan. 29 in Room 7-150 at UNBC, features today's most innovative researchers, authors and scientists in alternative medicine, human biology and health and wellness. Tickets are $10 at Books and Co. or at the door ... (Thu, 14 Jan 2010 20:00:55 GMT)

Things to Remember Before Using Herbal Remedies
Herbal remedies are no doubt the best alternative solution to a wide range of conditions. Alternative medicine, in fact, has been used for centuries by our ancestors all over the globe. It has roots in every culture known to man, and modern medicine wouldn’t be present without it. (Thu, 14 Jan 2010 22:47:11 GMT)

Doctor Advocates Proactive Approach
HARRISONBURG, Va. — Every year, medical technology becomes more advanced yet the number of people receiving health care in America remains unimpressive, according to Dr. Russell Greenfield, a conventional practitioner who used to scoff at alternative medicine such as hypnotism and acupuncture. A course at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine made him change his [...] (Fri, 15 Jan 2010 00:10:47 GMT)

Naturopathic physician to talk health care
A local doctor specializing in natural medicine will be giving a free speech on the importance of personal health responsibility and other topics tonight at City Hall at 7 p.m. (Fri, 15 Jan 2010 04:04:52 GMT)

An alternative method of pancreatic biopsy
( World Journal of Gastroenterology ) A research team from Taiwan assessed the safety, yield, and clinical utility of percutaneous transgastric computed tomography-guided biopsy in patients with pancreatic masses. They found that percutaneous transgastric biopsy of the pancreas in selected patients with a combination of a 17-gauge introducer needle and an 18-gauge biopsy gun can be safe and has ... (Fri, 15 Jan 2010 14:13:12 GMT)

Mayweather's Idiopathic Pain
Paul Strauss - In medicine, a partial definition of idiopathic means a pain arising from an obscure or unknown cause. Floyd certainly isn't unknown, but the reasons behind his actions are what present the conundrum. For many boxing fans, it gives pause. (Sat, 16 Jan 2010 09:23:55 GMT)

How Sunlight Causes Skin Cells To Turn Cancerous
Most skin cancers are highly curable, but require surgery that can be painful and scarring. A new study by Loyola University Health System researchers could lead to alternative treatments that would shrink skin cancer tumors with drugs. The drugs would work by turning on a gene that prevents skin cells from becoming cancerous, said senior author Mitchell Denning, Ph.D. The study was published ... (Sat, 16 Jan 2010 12:41:12 GMT)

Autism treatment scrutinized
Parents giving kids compound created for use in mining, sold as supplement An industrial chemical developed to help separate heavy metals from polluted soil and mining drainage is being sold as a dietary supplement by a luminary in the world of alternative autism treatments. (Sat, 16 Jan 2010 15:23:59 GMT)

Haiti struggles as alternative aid route is sought
As a limited number of relief flights delivering food, water and other aid are allowed into the quake-hit Haiti, officials are struggling to find alternative routes to distribute aid to angry survivors. (Sat, 16 Jan 2010 15:38:14 GMT)

OSR#1: Industrial chemical or autism treatment?
An industrial chemical developed to help separate heavy metals from polluted soil and mining drainage is being sold as a dietary supplement by a luminary in the world of alternative autism treatments. (Sat, 16 Jan 2010 15:45:46 GMT)

Vigor Quest
A growing number of well-off men are injecting a hormone to forestall aging. Does it work — or is it enough that they simply think it does? (Sun, 17 Jan 2010 04:09:39 GMT)

How Sunlight Causes Skin Cells To Turn Cancerous
Most skin cancers are highly curable, but require surgery that can be painful and scarring. A new study by Loyola University Health System researchers could lead to alternative treatments that would shrink skin cancer tumors with drugs. The drugs would work by turning on a gene that prevents skin cells from becoming cancerous, said senior author Mitchell Denning, Ph.D. The study was published ... (Sun, 17 Jan 2010 11:39:26 GMT)

How sunlight causes skin cells to turn cancerous
A new study by could lead to new drug treatments for skin cancer. The drugs would work by turning on a gene that prevents skin cells from becoming cancerous. (Sun, 17 Jan 2010 13:18:42 GMT)

Haiti earthquake: police open fire on looters
Haitian police have opened fire on a group of looters, killing at least one of them as hundreds of rioters ransacked a market in quake-hit Port-au-Prince. (Sun, 17 Jan 2010 15:30:52 GMT)

CQ Transcript: ABC'S "This Week with George Stephanopoulos"
TAPPER (voice-over): The suffering... (Sun, 17 Jan 2010 17:22:21 GMT)

The Middle East's Leading English Language Daily
PORT-AU-PRINCE - US troops will help keep order on Haiti's increasingly lawless streets, the country's president said on Sunday as desperate earthquake survivors waited for food, water and medicine. (Mon, 18 Jan 2010 00:06:36 GMT)

Naturopathic physician to talk health care
A local doctor specializing in natural medicine will be giving a free speech on the importance of personal health responsibility and other topics tonight at City Hall at 7 p.m. (Mon, 18 Jan 2010 02:20:42 GMT)

Brain tumor conference shares the latest information
Brain tumor patients and their families will be offered the latest information about research, clinical trials, treatments, alternative medicine and support for caregivers at an annual conference by a Coral Springs group. (Mon, 18 Jan 2010 09:03:51 GMT)

How Sunlight Causes Skin Cells To Turn Cancerous
Most skin cancers are highly curable, but require surgery that can be painful and scarring. A new study by Loyola University Health System researchers could lead to alternative treatments that would shrink skin cancer tumors with drugs. The drugs would work by turning on a gene that prevents skin cells from becoming cancerous, said senior author Mitchell Denning, Ph.D. The study was published ... (Mon, 18 Jan 2010 12:38:56 GMT)

An Alternative Method Of Pancreatic Biopsy
It is reasonable to obtain a histological diagnosis before treating patients who have pancreatic masses and are unsuitable or unwilling to undergo surgery. As the pancreas is a deep seated organ surrounded by other vital structures, it is a challenge for the physician to obtain an adequate specimen for histological examination. Endoscopic ultrasound-guided biopsy of pancreatic masses has been ... (Mon, 18 Jan 2010 13:40:07 GMT)

Media Contacts
Odds are that if you were searching for a new doctor, you'd ask nearby friends and family for a recommendation or you'd pick a name off a list from your health insurance provider. (Mon, 18 Jan 2010 16:10:31 GMT)

New nanoparticles target cardiovascular disease
Researchers have built targeted nanoparticles that can cling to artery walls and slowly release medicine, an advance that potentially provides an alternative to drug-releasing stents in some patients with cardiovascular disease. (Mon, 18 Jan 2010 22:17:44 GMT)

Jeremy Laurance: Don't the thalidomiders deserve a proper apology?
Someone complained about my column last week (it was on the perils of alternative medicine). In my response I said "I am sorry you were upset ... Please do write a letter in response..." (Tue, 19 Jan 2010 00:14:57 GMT)

"Nanoburrs" for treating cardiovascular diseases
Researchers at MIT and Harvard Medical School have built targeted nanoparticles that can cling to artery walls and slowly release medicine, an advance that potentially provides an alternative to drug-releasing stents in some patients with cardiovascular disease. (Tue, 19 Jan 2010 07:10:08 GMT)

The Automation Partnership Begins New Five Year Collaboration with Top Regenerative Medicine Centre Following an ...
CAMBRIDGE, England----The Automation Partnership , a world leader in the design and development of innovative automation for life science applications is pleased to announce that its collaboration with leading translational research group, the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Regenerative Medicine at Loughborough University is to continue into a second five year phase. (Tue, 19 Jan 2010 09:30:00 GMT)

TAP and EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Regenerative Medicine continue collaboration
The Automation Partnership (TAP), a world leader in the design and development of innovative automation for life science applications is pleased to announce that its collaboration with leading translational research group, the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Regenerative Medicine at Loughborough University is to continue into a second five year phase. This follows the recent ... (Tue, 19 Jan 2010 10:10:43 GMT)

TAP extends regenerative medicine collaboration
The Automation Partnership (TAP) near Cambridge is to enter into a new five year collaboration with Loughborough's newly-funded EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Regenerative Medicine. (Tue, 19 Jan 2010 10:52:23 GMT)

Cardiovascular Disease Targeted By New Nanoparticles
Researchers at MIT and Harvard Medical School have built targeted nanoparticles that can cling to artery walls and slowly release medicine, an advance that potentially provides an alternative to drug-releasing stents in some patients with cardiovascular disease. The particles, dubbed "nanoburrs" because they are coated with tiny protein fragments that allow them to stick to target proteins, can ... (Tue, 19 Jan 2010 13:15:49 GMT)

Coachella lineup for 2010 released
Coachella's 2010 has been released Coachella's lineup for 2010 has been released. The California alternative music festival held the weekend before the New Orleans Jazz Fest boasts over 130 bands. (Visit official site)FRIDAY APRIL 16:  Jay-Z, LCD Soundsystem, Them Crooked... (Tue, 19 Jan 2010 14:29:00 GMT)

Celebs' Unusual Health Remedy Countdown
Some celebrities choose alternative remedies to cure what ails them. Health - Alternative - Homeopathy - Shopping - Folk Medicine (Tue, 19 Jan 2010 17:03:06 GMT)

Why Do We Spend $34B on Alternative Meds?
A national study shows how much America spends on alternative care, but not why. Alternative medicine - Health - Alternative - United States - Medicine (Tue, 19 Jan 2010 17:03:16 GMT)

Med students say conventional medicine would benefit by integrating alternative therapies
( University of California - Los Angeles ) The largest national survey of its kind that measured medical students' attitudes and beliefs about complementary and alternative medicine found that three-quarters of them felt conventional Western medicine would benefit by integrating more CAM therapies and ideas. (Wed, 20 Jan 2010 08:27:39 GMT)

Med students say conventional medicine would benefit by integrating alternative therapies
In the largest national survey of its kind, researchers from UCLA and UC San Diego measured medical students' attitudes and beliefs about complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and found that three-quarters of them felt conventional Western medicine would benefit by integrating more CAM therapies and ideas. (Wed, 20 Jan 2010 11:01:28 GMT)

Health Beat
The Northfield Acupuncture & Alternative Medicine Clinic will hold workshops dealing with health topics including cancer, hepatitis and cardiovascular disease at 1 p.m. Thursdays at the clinic located at 619 E. Sixth St. Topics of discussion will vary and the public is welcome. (Wed, 20 Jan 2010 14:00:58 GMT)

Medical Students Supportive of Alternative Medicine
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 20 (HealthDay News) -- A new national survey finds that most medical students think that knowledge of complementary and alternative medicine could help Western doctors do a better job. (Wed, 20 Jan 2010 14:03:40 GMT)

Medical Students Supportive of Alternative Medicine
Blending therapies would benefit patients, survey reports. (Wed, 20 Jan 2010 14:40:42 GMT)

Detox Diet, Edetoxify.com, Now Inviting Alternative Health Physicians For Interviews
Asia based alternative health detox diet website, Edetoxify.com, will soon release interview reports with alternative health physicians and practitioners all around the world. (Wed, 20 Jan 2010 15:56:01 GMT)

Bringing alternative medicine to HealthEast
Julie Schmidt, CEO of Woodbury’s Woodwinds Hospital, has just taken a new job. Only she doesn’t know what it is. “Nobody really knows what it is,” she smiles. “And I like that. That’s just fine with me.” (Wed, 20 Jan 2010 19:22:13 GMT)

Med Students Say Conventional Medicine Would Benefit By Integrating Alternative Therapies
Joint UC study reveals need for more field research, better classroom educationIn the largest national survey of its kind, researchers from UCLA and UC San Diego measured medical students' attitudes and beliefs about complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and found that three-quarters of them felt conventional Western medicine would benefit by integrating more CAM therapies and ideas.The ... (Wed, 20 Jan 2010 20:08:00 GMT)

Med Students Say Conventional Medicine Would Benefit By Integrating Alternative Therapies
In the largest national survey of its kind, researchers from UCLA and UC San Diego measured medical students' attitudes and beliefs about complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and found that three-quarters of them felt conventional Western medicine would benefit by integrating more CAM therapies and ideas. The findings will be published in the online issue of Evidence-based Complementary ... (Wed, 20 Jan 2010 21:28:38 GMT)

Ajman University to Launch Joint Complementary Medicine Projects with Beijing Medical University
21 January 2010 A visit made to China by a Complementary Medicine delegation from Ajman University of Science & Technology (AUST) Ajman University of Science & Technology (AUST) has resulted in cooperation initiatives. (Thu, 21 Jan 2010 10:30:10 GMT)

HIV infection prematurely ages the brain
( Washington University School of Medicine ) HIV infection or the treatments used to control it are prematurely aging the brain, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and the University of California, San Diego have found. Blood flow in the brains of HIV patients is reduced to levels normally seen in uninfected patients 15 to 20 years older. (Fri, 22 Jan 2010 14:12:42 GMT)

Westlake cosmetologist found guilty of theft and practicing medicine without a license
Richard Annable, owner of the Belladerm Medi Spa in Westlake, was found guilty Friday by a Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court jury of 12 counts of practicing medicine without a license and one count of theft. (Sat, 23 Jan 2010 03:07:25 GMT)

Weight-loss quack guilty of theft
CLEVELAND -- A licensed hairstylist who passed himself off as a weight-loss expert was found guilty Friday of theft and practicing medicine without a license. (Sun, 24 Jan 2010 09:33:31 GMT)

Alternative Flu Remedies
Flu season is definitely no fun and if you are caught unawares – it can be even more unpleasant. Alternative remedies are great for flu and it is easy to go the natural way when treating minor seasonal flu symptoms. Read more... (Sun, 24 Jan 2010 18:27:44 GMT)

Check It Out
(IsraelNN.com) A proponent of alternative medicine said Sunday that Israelis have good reason not to get immunized against the H1N1 swine flu virus. (Mon, 25 Jan 2010 03:35:37 GMT)

Thai-ASEAN News Network
The Thailand Trade Representative or TTR has revealed that the public health minister, the Department for Development of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine, and the Food and Drug Administration have joined hands in a plan to make Thai herbs available in foreign countries. (Mon, 25 Jan 2010 07:34:53 GMT)

Alternative medicine; Whether it’s acupuncture, homeopathy or a raw food diet, more veterinarians are expanding their ...
Inside an examination room at the Holistic Clinic for Animals in Bend, veterinarian Susan Bertram gently strokes a thin black-and-white dog. Maggie, a McNab herding dog, stands rigid and anxious on top of the exam table while Bertram feels for a pulse underneath one hind leg. The exam is part of the physical check Maggie gets whenever she’s at the clinic. (Mon, 25 Jan 2010 12:08:32 GMT)

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy to Deliver Life-Saving Medical Isotope Molybdenum-99 Using Alternative to Highly Enriched ...
WILMINGTON, N.C.----GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy announced today it has been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration to help develop a U.S. supply of a radioisotope used in more than 20 million diagnostic medical procedures in the United States each year. (Mon, 25 Jan 2010 14:00:00 GMT)

Guarantee Effective Herbal Remedies By Choosing Correctly
Herbal remedies are no doubt great alternative to pharmaceutical medication. For centuries, alternative medicine has been a part of our culture. There are plenty of herbs used to cure certain ailments. Some have the ability to target the core condition, others symptoms. (Mon, 25 Jan 2010 22:47:17 GMT)

New Compound Could Be Alternative Strategy For Preventing HIV Infection
MU researcher develops the compound EFdA, which is 60,000 times more potent than current drugsWith the help of effective drug therapies, HIV patients are living longer, healthier lives. (Tue, 26 Jan 2010 00:53:29 GMT)

Alternative medicine sales soar as consumers shake off cynicism
Analysts say the market has grown by 18 per cent in two years and is worth £213million a year, and is thanks to growing acceptance of treatments such as acupuncture. (Tue, 26 Jan 2010 02:12:14 GMT)

Indian River Community Calendar, updated Jan. 26
Looking Ahead NEW LISTINGPersonal Success: Question and answer session with Dr. Josefina Monasterio, “Discover The Secret to Your Personal Success.” Alternative Medicine Family Care Center, 3408 Aviation Blvd., Vero Beach, 5:40 p.m., Feb. 1. Free. RSVP: (772) 778-8877; amfcc.info.Ballroom Dancing Live Band Concert: Heritage Center of Vero Beach, 2140 14th Ave., Vero Beach, 7-9:30 pm, Feb. 3 ... (Tue, 26 Jan 2010 13:49:00 GMT)

New Compound Could be Alternative Strategy for Preventing HIV Infection
MU researcher develops the compound EFdA, which is 60,000 times more potent than current drugs (Tue, 26 Jan 2010 14:56:24 GMT)

HIV: New Compound Could Be Alternative Strategy For Preventing HIV Infection
With the help of effective drug therapies, HIV patients are living longer, healthier lives. Now, researchers want to improve these drug therapies and develop alternative preventative strategies, such as vaginal gels and creams that contain the same or related compounds used in treatments for people infected with HIV. A University of Missouri researcher is developing a compound that is more ... (Tue, 26 Jan 2010 16:17:10 GMT)

J&J Heated Catheter Better Than Drugs for Irregular Heartbeats
Jan. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Johnson & Johnson’s Navistar ThermoCool catheter worked better than medicine to control irregular heartbeats in people who didn’t respond previously to at least one drug, a study found. (Tue, 26 Jan 2010 21:28:53 GMT)

There is no "alternative" to science
With all the hubbub in the media about health care in the U.S., it's hard to make informed decisions about anything. We're so bombarded with messages, forced into thinking that regardless of which side you're on, we're all getting sucked down the proverbial tubes. (Wed, 27 Jan 2010 01:32:15 GMT)

Ailing sheriff's captain back to Plan A
Douglas County Sheriff's Capt. Mike Biaggini, nearing the end of his eight-year battle with colon cancer, is home. And that's where he intends to stay. Biaggini, 55, had hoped to be healthy enough to travel to the Bahamas for an alternative cancer therapy after his doctors advised him in October there was no more traditional medicine could do. In early January he was admitted to California ... (Wed, 27 Jan 2010 08:47:56 GMT)

Atrial Fibrillation Treated Much More Successfully With Catheter Ablation Than Drugs
Burning away heart tissue using a procedure called catheter ablation is dramatically more successful than drugs at treating atrial fibrillation, a common heart rhythm disorder, according to a new landmark study published in a leading journal today. Lead researcher Dr. David Wilber, director of the Cardiovascular Institute at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine, and colleagues ... (Wed, 27 Jan 2010 13:31:49 GMT)

Health Beat
The Northfield Acupuncture & Alternative Medicine Clinic will hold workshops dealing with health topics including cancer, hepatitis and cardiovascular disease at 1 p.m. Thursdays at the clinic located at 619 E. Sixth St. Topics of discussion will vary and the public is welcome. (Wed, 27 Jan 2010 14:02:19 GMT)

More veterinarians expanding into alternative medicine
Inside an examination room at the Holistic Clinic for Animals in Bend, veterinarian Susan Bertram gently strokes a thin black-and-white dog. (Wed, 27 Jan 2010 23:54:03 GMT)

| Western Wheel
A Blackie-area renewable energy company is helping take Western Canada’s alternative energy industry to new levels starting with a massive solar panel project in Medicine Hat. (Thu, 28 Jan 2010 00:44:09 GMT)

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